StorageWorks question

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Date: Sun May 11 20:02:26 2003

On Sat, 10 May 2003, Jochen Kunz wrote:

> > 1 x HSD10-AA DSSI-SCSI controller (what does this do, exactly?)
> Sounds like a very nifty device that can turn a (bunch of) SCSI disk(s)
> into a (bunch of) DSSI disk(s). I.e. you connect a SCSI disk on one side
> and it presents a DSSI disk on a DSSI bus on the other side to a VAX. As
> DSSI disks are rare, especially with high capacity, this thing may be of
> some value.

It also does RAID. Like you can stripe a bunch of SCSI disks into one big
DSSI disk or sometihng like that.

Peace... Sridhar
Received on Sun May 11 2003 - 20:02:26 BST

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